Does Labour Productivity Flow Across Industries?: Estimation Robust to Panel Heterogeneity and Cross Sectional Correlation
AbstractWe consider labour productivity convergence between the US and the UK and France, using industry level data. We find evidence of panel heterogeneity, cross sectional correlation and weak evidence of productivity convergence at the industry level.
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- Joseph Byrne & Michela Vecchi, 2010. "Does labour productivity flow across industries? Estimation robust to panel heterogeneity and cross sectional correlation," Applied Economics Letters, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 17(2), pages 111-115.
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